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Rib Steak on My “Q” (Teriyaki)

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Rib Steak on My “Q” (Teriyaki)



I’m trying a couple new Teriyaki Marinades & Sauces, because I never cared for Kikkoman.
I’ve been using Lawry’s Teriyaki for a good while, but I’m trying to get close to that 50 year old Hawaiian memory I still have.

This time it’s going to be “Soy Vay Island Teriyaki”.
So I put the Steak in a ZipLock, and poured a little Teriyaki in.
Then I squeezed it around until all sides were coated.
Then into the fridge for about 6 hours this time, as I usually go anywhere from 2 hours to over night.
Then it was onto my Weber “Q”, flip it around a few times.
Got some nice Grill Marks & into the house we went.

Mrs Bear whipped up some Roasted Reds & some Green Beans to keep the Beef company, and time to eat.
The Steak was a little more rare than we like it, but I figured this will make it better for reheating leftovers the next night.

Then the next night I took the Leftover & sliced it into strips, and threw them in a pan with a little Butter.
I flipped those pieces around until they were getting warm & added a little Shot of that same Marinade & stirred it in until Hot.
That was it—No Taters & No Veggies this time, just a big plate of Tasty Teriyaki Beef Strips.

That Soy Vay Island Teriyaki was pretty Darn good, but the search goes on.

Thanks for stopping in!!

Bear

Rib Steak looking good after 17 months in the freezer:
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Added the Soy Vay Island Teriyaki for 6 hours:
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I'll take you on Tour, passing 2 rocking chairs on the left, & my 6500EU Honda:
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Then we pass my MES 40, on the left, under cover:
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And on to my Weber "Q" Gas Grill, with the Steak already cooking:
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Close look after the first flip:
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Third & final flip, and ready to remove:
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And into the house we go:
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Checking the interior, I see it's slightly more rare than we like, but that will help in the reheating tomorrow:
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Bear's first helping, with some Green Beans & Roasted Reds:
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Second Night, I sliced the leftover into strips:
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Then I flipped them around in a buttery pan. Here it's time to add the Teriyaki:
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After stirring & flipping with the Teriyaki, it's plated. Loved This!!
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Perfectamundo bear,

Point for sure
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Both plates look fantastic .
 

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All of it looks delicious Bear, even the first "rarer" portion (that's EXACTLY how I like em)... :emoji_wink: Great way to prepare the leftover though!!!
 

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Good looking meal John.
Love me some Teriyaki too.

Try P.F. Chang's Teriyaki sauce.
And there's a Teriyaki who's name I don't know, nor can pronounce, that I get from my local Asian market that is delicious.
It's not a normal Teriyaki sauce flavor profile, not much sweetness.
Next time I get some I'll take a pic of the label.
 

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Awesome although may be just a tad over cooked for my liking.
Dang you did it again I was in Pa last night and you post an after the fact photo of everything all gone. I will be back in Pa tonight what's for dinner?

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All of it looks delicious Bear, even the first "rarer" portion (that's EXACTLY how I like em)... :emoji_wink: Great way to prepare the leftover though!!!

Thank You Joe!!
Appreciate the comments and the Like.

Bear
 

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Looks delicious John!
Very nicely done!!
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There you made the carousel again. Congrats. :emoji_wink: :emoji_laughing:

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Thank You clifish!!
I haven't tried that one yet, but I noted it, & I'll eventually get there.
The only things I know were in the one in my memory, are Ginger, Sesame seeds, toasted sesame oil, and soy sauce, so my first tries have to have those ingredients.

Bear
 

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Super steak, Sir! Big like!
 

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The original steak looks perfect. My wife and I like rare/med.rare. But we don't mind medium.
Question sir, does the Teriyaki have sugar in it? If so, does it caramelize or burn when used at the beginning of a cook? It sounds like something we may like.
 

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I already commented above , but been thinking the second day plate would make an awesome sandwich or wrapped in a tortilla .
 

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Looks Great !! Hmmmm I think I've seen that grill before :emoji_astonished:

Nice job

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Good looking meal John.
Love me some Teriyaki too.

Try P.F. Chang's Teriyaki sauce.
And there's a Teriyaki who's name I don't know, nor can pronounce, that I get from my local Asian market that is delicious.
It's not a normal Teriyaki sauce flavor profile, not much sweetness.
Next time I get some I'll take a pic of the label.

Thank You John!!
PF Chang's recipe for Mongolian Beef looks just like my Leftover Meal Above.
Another one on my list to Try.

Bear
 

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